One More Chance supports access
to the health of children in Africa
health aid projects
The One More Chance association improves the health of women and babies
Every day, around 830 women die worldwide from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth, most of which could easily be avoided. These women and their families were not informed of the risks and therefore did not know how to make the right decision in time.
One More Chance for Health and Care
Improving the health of the nation
Education promotes a healthy lifestyle, making it easier to address challenges such as poor health of individuals and communities. Well-informed people will know how to ensure the proper development of their children, as well as when and how to seek treatment. Taking health seriously and interpreting information based on the credibility of its sources, combined with the knowledge acquired in school, are the best ways to maintain the psychophysical health of a nation.
Despite variations in accountability approaches, an accountability regime is based on three elements: a clear definition of desirable goals or objectives (the object of accountability), the ability to measure and monitor achievement of the objectives, and a set of budgets to provide for those in need. The objectives of the association One More Chance are achievements regarding health goals improve the objectives and define the goals and objectives in health care, especially in these African countries, and is contested field. Quantitative targets for volume of care say nothing about the quality of care or patient experience. Targets around the delivery of care may be needed Hospital and health care facilities, for further improvement of the health and well-being of a population. are also supported to develop skills to improve. While accountability is a key element of improving the governance and management of health organizations and systems, an accountability relationship can be developed with accountability schemes in health care systems are therefore faced with many challenges relating to the war-torn country, poor country, corrupt country defining a specific context and clear goals and objectives, to the allocation of them needing skill to provide, medicines, money, comprehensive training of workers and managers and to the design of incentives to support the accountability relationship and improvement. The goals are related to the complex production function (integration of care, management of chronic diseases with multiple morbidities, improving population health), and they master a wide range of skills and knowledge on the part of the governing bodies and providers, as well as an ability to collaborate for the improvement of care and services.
With a donation of CHF: 65.-
You finance all the school materials needed by 4 children in Sud Soudan for one year.
With a donation of CHF: 100.-
You offer 7 students from Burkina Fasso a bilingual textbook that allows them to progress.
With a donation of CHF: 150.-
You offer continuous training in bilingual education to 11 teachers in Zimbabwe to improve the quality of their lessons.